ADATA Doubles Down on SATA III With Value SSD

The S510 is only available in a 120 GB capacity (though with it being hailed as a budget-friendly SSD, why not a 64 GB version, ADATA?) and is equipped with a SandForce SF-2200 series controller, Asynchronous (MLC) NAND Flash memory, and native support for the SATA 6Gb/s platform. It has a MTBF of 1 million hours, TRIM support, features a 2.5-inch to 3.5-inch mounting bracket, free Disk Migration Utility software, along with a 3-year warranty.

ADATA lists the S510 performance numbers for sequential reads and writes as 550 MB/s and 510 MB/s (ATTO), 4K Random Write (Aligned): 60,000 IOPS (Max 85,000 IOPS). AS-SSD performance shows a big difference with sequential reads and writes at up to 200 MB/s and 140 MB/s respectively.

Read more about the SSD at ADATA's Product Page.

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  • theuniquegamer
    good ssd
    but i need ssd to be cheaper
    1$ per gB is for an affordable ssd
  • Pyree
    ^the $/GB far affordable ssd is different for everyone (for me I thought $2/GB is an affordable price and got an ssd back then, and even it is cheaper now, approaching ever closer to $1/GB
  • Pyree
    something happened and my last post didn't quite finish. Continue...

    actually ocz vertex plus is at $1/GB now, I didn't regret on the upgrade.

    @Doug Crowthers
    So how much is it? That will be what many of us want to know.